We have Control Group v2 since 2016 but I had trouble finding good documentation on how to use it. Most tutorials and blog posts only cover v1 or are specific to systemd. The kernel documentation is a great reference and the basis for this post but not always easy to follow. I will give you a few short examples on how to use it. I will not explain everything, but hopefully enough to get an idea and understand the reference better.
I will begin publishing posts in German on this blog. The default RSS feed will contain only English posts. The German RSS feed will contain only German posts. So if you want to get posts in both languages, you will need to subscribe to both.
I am not sure yet if I will translate new posts to both languages. Probably some posts will be only available in English while others will be only available in German.
Hi, I just merged https://computering.tastytea.de/ into https://thoughtpile.tastytea.de/. It doesn’t really make sense for me to keep 2 blogs with my low posting frequency and there wasn’t really that big of a difference between the two. Your RSS readers should handle the move automatically for you. Subscribers of computering: Your RSS reader will probably show you old posts as new. That has technical reasons resulting from the domain change (The GUID contains the URL) and I can’t do anything about it, sorry.
Sometimes e-books come only in PDF format. Almost always PDFs are a pain to read on e-book readers. You can use Calibre to automatically convert it, but the results are okay-ish at best. If the PDF has footnotes, forget it. Unfortunately, the type of books that most often come only as PDFs are science books and these usually have a lot of footnotes.
One option is to use Calibre to convert and then fix the result, but I have found that I get better results in less time when I create a new EPUB, copy the PDF’s content into Emacs, clean it up there and then copy it over to Calibre.
Content warnings are a more general form of trigger warnings. They are notices that precede potentially sensitive content, so readers can prepare themselves to adequately engage or, if necessary, disengage for their own well-being.
How content warnings are handled by current implementations Mastodon and Pleroma abuse the “summary” field in ActivityPub for content warnings. The field returned by the Mastodon API is called “spoiler_text”. It’s a simple text field.